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/christian/ Meta thread Anonymous 07/25/2020 (Sat) 09:38:59 No.144 [Reply]
Hello and welcome all to /christian/, the new church of the cafe. I'll be taking over from the old owner, so if there's anything you want to tell me about the board, go ahead and do it here. In addition, I'm looking for a few mods to maintain the status of the board. If you're interested, please, contact me at churchofanoncafe@airmail.cc to let me know.
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How did this board become so active suddenly? It's nice to see t. /islam/

Anonymous 05/12/2021 (Wed) 01:19:54 No.872 [Reply]
>the end times draw near Lo, the wrath of God comes.

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Cesare Borgia Anonymous 05/08/2021 (Sat) 22:24:27 No.855 [Reply]
Your daily redpill about the organised mystery religion called babylon which has been wearing the mask of the papacy, orthodox, and protestant institution. >And I heard another voice from heaven, saying, Come out of her, my people, that ye be not partakers of her sins, and that ye receive not of her plagues. >My people, go ye out of the midst of her, and deliver ye every man his soul from the fierce anger of the LORD. >Wherefore come out from among them, and be ye separate, saith the Lord, and touch not the unclean thing; and I will receive you,
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>>855 The popular, long haired depiction of Jesus is unrelated to Borgia. That's not to say it is a historically accurate depiction, but it was not invented in the 15th century. I would advise to be weary about spreading information without checking to see if it's true first, lest you spread misinformation.
>>866 It does not matter. The effeminate god of catholics is not the true Jesus Christ. It is a shame for a man to have long hair.
Pray for people who are bewitched by this mystery religion so that they may come out out of the whore and see the truth of God’s word.
>>866 >The popular, long haired depiction of Jesus is unrelated to Borgia. I wouldn't be so fast to make that decision. It is clearly a big influence on the depictions as we see today.
>>867 Based.

Is Neil Breen a Christan Filmmaker? Anonymous 05/10/2021 (Mon) 14:59:38 No.869 [Reply]
A lot of his movies use Christian imagery themes. Is he a man of faith or just a weirdo with a god complex?

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Thoughts? Anonymous 05/04/2021 (Tue) 13:07:15 No.777 [Reply]
Why are they so afraid?
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>>777 Why do leftists act like they have no soul?
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>>850 I directly quoted 2 Peter 2:12-15 and 18-21. You may not be familiar with that passage or else you would have recognized this. I gave the chapter and book for you in the original post in case you wanted to look up the entire thing. I am sorry if the reading format is not ideal for you, but please read the entire book and the whole New Testament by all means. >>848 Yes, I quoted directly 2 Peter 2:12-15 and again 18-21. You can see that I copied it directly. You can see where the text aligns in your post with all of 2 Peter 2 (KJV) if you just do a ctrl-F search. >>856 All he did was post the Greek original form of the verse. I went and checked. Nothing wrong there. It means the same thing as any accurate translation of the text, like the KJV. Remember: We should have charity toward one another. The apostle Paul instructed us thus in 1 Corinthians 13. Again, we are told in 1 Timothy 6 (again) to avoid making evil surmisings, among other things, as seen here: 1 Timothy 6: >3 If any man teach otherwise, and consent not to wholesome words, even the words of our Lord Jesus Christ, and to the doctrine which is according to godliness; >4 He is proud, knowing nothing, but doting about questions and strifes of words, whereof cometh envy, strife, railings, evil surmisings, >5 Perverse disputings of men of corrupt minds, and destitute of the truth, supposing that gain is godliness: from such withdraw thyself. Praise our Lord for his infinite wisdom. (Romans 11:33-35, Psalm 147:5-6, Isaiah 55:8-9).
>>857 They are reprobate by desire so that they may be as a reprobate by thought and deed. Satan's counterfeit of life.
>>777 What site is this? And what is 4chud? I can't keep up with all the altchan sites. All I care about are anon cafe, the /a/ bunker, and occasionally nanochan. >>802 >8/christian/ was getting trolled into oblivion It wasn't. It was denominational fighting that found its way into the moderation. Not that theological arguments aren't good and healthy, but when you have mods deleting threads just wanting to help people learn Greek, there's an issue. >>857 Materialism was Soviet state policy. Marxism is built on a rejection of anything higher than the physical world.
>>864 >What site is this? It's bunkerchan - a left-wing website. >And what is 4chud? Probably refers to 4channel/4chan itself.

Anonymous 05/09/2021 (Sun) 16:14:39 No.863 [Reply]
Thanks to him, the West came to fear the Scientists more than God. And now the multitude are the slaves of the golden calf. He who hath an ear, let him hear: Harken ye back to the LORD your God! Fear not the scion of the pharisees; Jesus Christ, the risen Saviour, has indowed to thee the gift of eternal life! At this moment he sitteth in heaven, and judges all duly. Beware, for the might and majesty of Christ be supreme!

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Pascha! Anonymous 05/07/2021 (Fri) 10:40:21 No.837 [Reply]
Thank you for the reminder Anon.
Indeed, he has risen! As is customary to say
>>842 Indeed. Every day.
>>841 At the risk of causing another Great Schism, OP is on the Julian calendar.

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Garments Anonymous 05/05/2021 (Wed) 14:48:24 No.811 [Reply]
Why christian women don't wear pants: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qERNNv8ryJY
I wish more men and women would understand this. There is no such thing as “pants for women” just like there is no such thing as “skirts/dresses for men”.
>>830 Put what if women are required to wear pants at their work?
>>838 Would you, as a man, work at a place where you are required to wear skirts or dresses?
>>839 Point taken.

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Authorised (King James) Version Anonymous 05/03/2021 (Mon) 17:57:22 No.746 [Reply]
How did you come to the truth that the KJV is the word of God in english?
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>>825 >>827 Amen. This verily shows how pure the Holy Word of God truly is and how desparate the enemy is to wrest God's Word. I thank the Lord who has graciously preserved his Holy Word for us who speak english for more than 400 years! \o/ !
>>828 Indeed. If the Bible was the only heritage that our ancestors could keep pure and complete without error, then I am sure they would be glad to see it in use today. Here is an interesting bit of history from one of the scholars in the 16th century who worked on the Greek manuscripts behind the received text. >Thus in the year 1536 the Faithful of the Valleys of Piedmont, who were always beseiged and horrified by the Romans, and who had never in successive times declined in their piety, or in their doctrine, sent unto Guillaume Faren at Geneva, who was renowned for his doctrine and piety, two characters, one named Jean Girard, who has since been a printer in said city, and the other, called Martin Gonin, who having been imprisoned on his return to Grenoble, was secretly drowned there on 26 of April, to the chagrin of the Inquisitor, after having so resisted the adversaries of truth that they dared not execute it by day. -Theodore Beza, Histoire ecclesiastique des Eglises reformes au Royaume de France (tl. into English), Vol. 1, pp. 38-39. >Now, to return to our history, after the above-mentioned heard the grace that God did in some cities of Germany and Switzerland, they sent there for their part Georges Morel de Freissiniere of Dauphine, a minister whom they themselves had supported at the schools, and one Pierre Masson de Bourgongne, who conferred diligently of all the points of doctrine, both in Basel with John Œcolampade, in Strasbourg with Capito and Martin Bucer, and in Bern with Berthold Haller, prime minister of that Church... and since the year 1535 they have printed at their expense, at Neuchatel in Switzerland, the first printed French Bible of our time, translated from the Hebrew by Pierre Robert Olivétan, with the help of Jean Calvin... -ibid. page 53. This was written in 1580 by the way. Somehow you are not likely to find it in your modern textbooks. I wonder why. Also interesting is that an English translation, the Geneva Bible of 1560 was also made here from these manuscripts. This version was printed in England itself in 1575 and Scotland in 1579. Previous English Bibles has partially relied on translating from Latin or German Bibles as an intermediate for part of the Old Testament, due to Tyndale (the Hebrew scholar) being martyred in 1536 (he finished translating Genesis to 2 Chronicles + Jonah, in addition to the whole New Testament). The 1560 English Bible is very similar to, uses the same sources as and has influenced the Authorized version of 1611. Tyndale's work additionally became the base for another very similar version called the 1568 Bishops' Bible, the second complete translation to use only original language sources. These two competing versions were used by the households and the church of England respectively, receiving updates until 1592 (Bishops') and 1599 (Geneva). In 1604, James VI & I authorized a commission to make a translation that each faction could agree on, and it took influence in its word choice from both of these versions. As a result, the 1611 translation is very similar to both the 1592 and 1599 Bibles, which mainly differed in certain word choices (such as 'presbytery' over 'eldership', or 'church' instead of 'assembly'). The textual variants between these three (1592, 1599, 1611) are very few. After 1611, it is possible to trace the line of editions to the 1900 format, which is for every practical purpose the same translation made readable by formatting, orthography and spelling improvements. If you read the words aloud it would sound the same. Much of this later work was made possible by the early Dictionaries, especially Samuel Johnson's dictionary of 1755, a very comprehensive Dictionary which also used the only Bible in use then, which is the 1611 KJV, as its authority for definitions of words and their proper usage. So we see that the language itself has been influenced by the translation, and for this reason it would be backwards to say that the 1611 translation is incorrect in a word choice. It would only signify that you do not understand how the word is properly used in English, and/or that you are trying to change the meaning of language for some unusual purpose.
>>829 Very interesting read, anon. Thank you for the insight on the history of the Kjv! People love to claim that the kjv is too hard to read or that it is written in old english. But that is not the case at all. The kjv is written in correct english and the reason many love to attack it in such manner is because our generation has been dumbed down by the god of this world to the point where they no longer are able to comprehend correct english. Furthermore, english is not my first language and I understand the kjv perfectly. And you are without excuse, o reader, if you have english as your mother tongue but yet still claim that the kjv is too hard to understand. You have some work to do, friend. That last part wasn’t directed to you, anon, but to those who know that their hearts have been pricked.
>when modernist translators point to the introduction of the KJV as "proof" the authors were not inerrant, missing the fact that them being so humble in producing such a perfect work is a plain sign of their soul's sanctuary from false pride
>>835 This tbh

Anonymous 05/05/2021 (Wed) 15:55:21 No.813 [Reply]
What are your thoughts on the plandemic pandemic? Will you take the vaccine? Why? Why not?
Absolutely not. Taking drugs and vaccines are works of the flesh. There is only one way ordained by God for his children to be healed: >Is any sick among you? let him call for the elders of the church; and let them pray over him, anointing him with oil in the name of the Lord: and the prayer of faith shall save the sick, and the Lord shall raise him up; and if he have committed sins, they shall be forgiven him. And so, christians do not seek after the physicians of egypt to be healed. >And Asa in the thirty and ninth year of his reign was diseased in his feet, until his disease was exceeding great: yet in his disease he sought not to the LORD, but to the physicians.

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